The National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) organised an in-person event to launch its pioneering report, Socio-economic impact assessment of food delivery platform workers, on August 28.
The objective of the report was to conduct a socio-economic impact assessment of food delivery platform workers. The issue of platform workers, especially those engaged in food delivery, has been the subject of extensive debate, especially with regard to their incomes, work conditions, work status, social security, and health insurance, among other things. This report is a contribution to both the literature and policy-making about food delivery platform workers in India.
Following was the detailed programme for the event:
Anil K. Sharma
Secretary and Operations Director, NCAER
Presentation of report, “Socio-economic impact assessment of food delivery platform workers”
Chair: Gurucharan Manna, Senior Adviser, NCAER
|Panel Discussion: Designing Social Security and Skilling Schemes for Food Delivery Platform Workers: What, How, for Whom?
Q & A Session
|Vote of Thanks
Ajaya K. Sahu, Associate Fellow, NCAER